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The Glossy Ibis appears to have been joined by friends / family.  I  
counted five this morning at 9;00 AM, but this observation was  
without the reassuring views that would have been provided by a scope.

John Newman
Soulard, St. Louis

On May 30, 2007, at 5:13 PM, Jackie Chain wrote:

> The Glossy Ibis found Saturday morning off Collinsville Road  
> remains.  It was seen yesterday midday by Archie and this afternoon  
> by Rose Ann.  Today it repeated its Sunday morning ritual of  
> feeding near the leftmost visible large tree and then flying up  
> about 15 feet onto some dead sunken limbs near the bank and  
> preening.  If it continues to follow this routine, it is best seen  
> by looking left from the top of the drive where it is not blocked  
> by the medium size tree on the near bank.
>
>   Jackie Chain
>   St Louis County
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